Saint Clair


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Saint Clair

Lake. a lake between SE Michigan and Ontario: linked with Lake Huron by the St Clair River and with Lake Erie by the Detroit River. Area: 1191 sq. km (460 sq. miles)
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"At Saint Clair each vineyard has its own individual flavour and individual terroir and the whole ethos of Saint Clair is to capture the land and capture the flavour.
"At Saint Clair, each vineyard has its own individual flavour and individual terroir and the whole ethos of Saint Clair is to capture the land and capture the flavour.
Pollutants in the Saint Clair River and Lake Saint Clair sediments include toxic organic compounds such as organochlorine insecticides, PCBs, chlorobenzenes, chlorotoluenes, and chlorostyrenes [2, 5-7].
At first, the district rented apartments for the Chinese students and their chaperones in Saint Clair Shores.
recently announced it has been awarded a contract by Detroit Edison to provide an on-site hydrogen unit to cool six generators at the company's 1,400-megawatt Saint Clair Power Plant in East China, MI.
The work of painters Richmond Burton, Louise Fishman, Joan Mitchell, Dona Nelson, Pat Steir, Juan Usle and Otto Zitko, as well as sculptor Saint Clair Cemin, is also on view.
is either a collision ending in laughter, or their fusion in a new intellectual synthesis, or their confrontation in an aesthetic experience." He adds that such "comic, tragic, or intellectually challenging effects" can occur simultaneously--and this is precisely what happens in Saint Clair Cemin's droll sculptures.
2, Serpentine Rd., Saint Clair. Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.
Saint Clair Cemin's recent show was a marvel of visual wit, acknowledging and playfully disturbing the conventions of sculpture with a mischievous humor that verges on madness.